A look at life today inside Israeli communities near the Lebanese border, which have largely evacuated as tensions with Hezbollah rise
Sarit Zehavi, founder of the Alma Center think tank, has her eye on Hezbollah and her feet planted firmly in her beloved Galilee
We sat in Weinberg’s pickup truck on a hill above a small road with a gate designed to keep civilians away from the border and safe from Hezbollah snipers. The only exceptions were the farmers whose land lay beyond the gate.
Tablet Original Fiction: Called up, and called back, for duty on the front lines of Israel Defense Force’s Northern Command
Ruins from Second Temple period uncovered during construction of new hotel
Thousands of Israeli Arabs are moving into Jewish towns seeking affordable housing and better quality of life. A warm welcome rarely awaits them.